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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 3115. TKKNTON, MONDAY AFTJOKNOON, OCTOBRK 20, 1890. TWO CWNT THE MURDEROUS MAFIA. A Reign of Terror by Italian Assassins Ended HI.NHNG A History "f Iluniliin In chiints Itri S< me of the of the w Mer- and Hlut kmalled for eSHj Knew Ni vv Olilt (Jet Mafia, the select Italian aisoiiitiun to whose man date Hie murlir of Superintendent Hen uessj is ill) isettbed has been know n to exist m tl it eit} for many years Henness} is its lust American victim, operations hi n tofori having been con fined ixelii-ivnly to the Italian colony Murler v ith it has been merely a means by which mi mlti rs of the society have boon able to bluekumil Nearly every prominent merchant in the olty has boon compelled f-mn time to time to pay money to these seoutidrels under fear ol asnMsma- tion if thev n fusel Thi Proseontlona. It was not u itil the attempt last spring on tlie ptrt of the Proveurano Rung to pot ir business i tv tbe Matranias, out of tbewa} that like a true expos! tion of the methods and operations of the society bet line known Some of the Italian merchants who had been subjected to constant demands from the MaflA saw in this fi ud an opportunity to escape from the thrulldom iu which they were held. 'Ihi} subscribed large sums for the pro- secution i f tlie Provetizanos for the mur drums assault upon the putv w huh iu the particulars of 1} ing in wait anl the dend'y volley furnishes a close parallel to tbe more successful at- tempt upon the life of Superintendent Mnfld SecrrtH 1 Pr i nzanos and their friends six in i iiber were trud and found guilty, but tin i secured a new One of the smgu ar feitures of the trial was the eiiltnte furnished by the defense, that the I r  and then only because the IMII wii on trial for their lives and the eMdtiie was expet ted to produce a sent! nu r t m their fai >r w is a documentema nalii tS trim the M ifi i _nen to the public A Sample Li tter. Die Pr had received many o! t) iem in lu upon their purses, some of Hlnih were presented to the jury Fol lowing Iff u s t nple let er Ntw O September, !88i Tu mccDt li nzauo uud Brother- We beg of v n t j rn t. e.1 51 it the Old I.ake at the hat 1 ri I i li re vou inll find men walt- IIIK for it I t Mrtj brings it wear a lian Ikerclu f n his bat In this way we will ki 1 n u hive three days In mhlch u 1 it If wi hio that tune you have not It t IP n n r at jo ir first opportunity we w ill lnuri_er i an i ur brother Good hv. Knen Too Much. Ihedeaili of Superintendent Hennessy- is belieied to be due to his connection with tlm case He arrested the Proven zanos but it was known that he bad damaging testimony the Me- tranzas, w ho were the in this instance It was also known that he pos- .sessed uian> of Mie secrets of the Mafia and had in bis pojsession idence in the shape of oflicial p ipers from Italy Much of what he knew was earned to the grave with him and immediately upon his death all his papers were put under seal Speak lug of the dead chief George Vandervoort, his prnate secretary says IJenncsM arned Them He was tbc best informed man in the country, outs de of the Mafia, concerning its organisation and methods. When trouble first arose between the Proven 7nnos and Mutranzas, he sent for both factions told them that he was a per eonal friend of the leaders on each aide, but that in his official he knew no friendship, and if they committed any acts of violence he would prosecute the guilty parties Joe Macheca, ane of men now under arrest was present at the interview 'Ihe men promised on their sacred honor the matter would drop there. "A short time afterward the shooting of the Matranzas occurred. Before daylight the same morning Superintendent Hen bad every one of the suspected par ties in jail He collected all the against them and furniihed all wit- nesses in the prosecution of the Be Would Have Fxposod mem "It was the intention of the lawyers for the Proveuzanos in the new trial, which is set for next Wednesday, to have placed Superintendent Hennway on the witness stand He would have given a complete expose of the Mafia and the local vendetta It was no doubt a knowledge of this fact that caused the laying of pinna to put Mr Hennessy out of the way. Of the many parties arrested for the murder four have been identified as having boon seen nhoot- ing at him that night. Thane are Antonio Baguette, Antonio Scoffldl, Bastlana In- candanu and one other "Another of the prisoner Is Pietro tero, the man who occupied the shanty near or in which the were con cealed, and which wan rented for him by Joe Macheca two months ago "The men who did the dood were tools hired for the occasion by the Matranzas. Vitrano, who waa killed on St. Philip street last bummer, was a witness for the in the then about to come to trial Vitrano was omassinated by the same kind of gun, used to murder Hetincss; Joe Macheca, a close friend of the Mntranzas, was a personal enemy of Hennessy An Important Arrert. An Important arrest-was made last night in the person of Manuel Polatek. The police claim to have positive Inf 01 uiation that he fired the gun that did such fatal execution on the night of the murder The assassin who fired the nun at thadlacharge of which Hennessy fell, stumbled as he ran off and came in contwt with mitto' curDlng Polatek s eir is badly mangled as b} a fall ami his aim is sen ously bruised Oiiieei Co ei wlu pur sued the assassins some dist inee isltlvel} identifies Polatek as the man who fell down while ruuning away THE NEWS IN BRIEF Condensed Gathered from Turi OUB At Elmira the jury in the Mrs Ellen berger murder case acquitted the woman A Berlin dispatch states that a unnersal labor congress will he held In Brusnells on Aug 16 1891 WiUmm laylor, on trial at Albany N Y for the killing of his nuther last spring Convicted of" minder In the second degree Gapt L W Cutler edltoran 1 pr pnetor of Ihe Field andlarm ofUiuver Colo, died suddenly at fealida Colo Oet 18 He was born in Genesee tount} N Y m 1828 He was at one time associate editor with Horace Greeley on The New Tribune, and served in that capacity for several years He wu-s a veteran of the Mexican war and went to Colorado in 1860 The public schools at Oxford, Blooming Grove and other villages m Orange county, N Y have been closed owing to the pre- valence of a malignant type of diphtheria. Father Frauciola of St Peter's church, Brooklyn, is dead He has boon fiftr years a priest Associate Justice Miller s remains were finally interred at Keokuk la Oot 18 Daniel H Wilson, of Boston, shot and killed his wife while she was asleep and then fatally wounded himself He wag insane The Cincinnati Desslcatmg company at Trautman s Station, O was destroyed by fire. Loss, ISO 000 insured Nicholas Schubert, a wealthy real estate of Newark N J committed suicide Oct 18. It waa his silth attempt to kill himself. Iowa WanU That Law CHICAGO, Oct 20 Herald special from City, la says A gentleman in this city, who stands in close relation to the state administration, that if the supreme court of Iowa in its appealed original package cases bolds similar to tbe Kansas United States circuit court, which it will, the governor is prepared to call extra session of the legislature In cjwe an extra session is calle I the per sonnel of the general assembly being, un changed, there would be ID the lower house one Union Labor and fifty Republicans who could be relied upon to vote a re- enactment of the present law and in the senate a working majont} But should the governor refuse to give the 1 ill his sig nature it could not be passed ov er his veto A WOMAN'S VENGEANCE. She Killed Her Faithless Lover on the Street Btl H HUN Fll Ul SHOi Soulli Oui.uj Illi Mini Jllllo Mi   As I'riee is the su i f i Ieadiu0 Absolutely rure. A orenn of UVlug poftder. Mt of all in iMYMiing U. B. They Baptized Her to Death. PEKBT SIicE Oct A) summer William Fillmger and his wife who live three miles from here, attended a series of revivals and became religion mad m a mild way With them lived Fillmger's mother who has long been physically frail It worried Fillmger and his- wife that the elder woman was and yesterdsytfiey decTcleoTtbal the necessary" religions nle should be performed al though the poor woman was confined to her bed, unable to rise Taking water to her room they began the ceremony by dabbing water in her face, and continued it until from shock acd ex laustion 'heir victim died Fillmger and his wife were arieated And taken to jail at Cornnna. Mysterious Disappearance. CHICAGO Oct No trace has jet been found of Charles J Bernheimer the Minn ftspolig wine merchant who disappeared in this city Tuesday Bernheimer left Minneapolis Monday and arrived here the next day, registering at the Palmer house. After sending a telegram to his wife noti- fying her of his safe arnval, he left the hotel and since then has not been seen by any one who knew him The city police and the Pmkertons are working on the case, but so far no trace of Bernheimer can be found. His friends fear that he has been drugged or possibly murdered lor his money Sunday with the Engineers. PluSBUBO, Oct visiting rail- road engineers attended the various churches throughout Pittsburg Sunday 350 went in a body to Christ Meth odiwt Episcopal church, whither thev had been invited last week In the afternoon Delos Everett, the second grand engineer, spoke to a large number of raihuaJerain the rooms of the Pennsylvania railroad department of the Young Men's Christian association One of the grand officers said last night that either Minneapolis or At- lanta, tia., will be selected as the place for holding the next annual convention He Assaulted the District Attorney FtNTJLAy O Oct 20 night Jerome Klbler, a noted character who is under indictment for complicity in the great Ohman committed in this county two years ago, assaulted Albert Zugschwerl, the assistant prosecuting at- torney, upon the latter telling him that if the evidence warranted it he would deal as roughly with him as he had with an ac complice who has oheady been tried Zug- Bchwerl was not seriously hurt and Kibler was locked up They Operated In New Jersey. THY.W YORK, Oct Wolff and Henry Heidelberg, two notorious horse thieves, who were arrested by Detective Hagan, of the fourteenth precinct, were remanded at Fssex Market They are known to belong to a big gang of horse thieves, operating chiefly in New Jersey Henry Lyo, one of the gang is now doing six years and a half in the prison at beth, N J for stealing a horse The Idaho Elections. BOMB CITV, Idaho, Oct 30 re- turns show the total number of votes cast at the recent state election to be 18 008. Majority received by Republican candi- for congress and governor are as fol- lows Sweet, congressman 2171 fahoup, governor, Upon a joint ballot the legislature will stand Republicans, 45, Democrats, 9 Admiral Poiter's Condition WASHINGTON, Oct condition of Admiral Porter was not so favmable Sun Saturday night he was restless and did not secure much sound sleep Sunday afternoon he had n slight net back, but last night was reported to be resting comfortably Hisphjsiotau says there is no Immediate danger of death Hanged Himself In Hl> Hnrn UT1CA, N Y Oct 20 Snyder, a highly respected farmer living four miles from Carthage, Jefferson county! commit- ted suicide by hanging himself in his barn No cause is assigned for the act He was 40 years old and leaves a widow and three children El-Piesldent Wright CHICAGO, Oot 20 M Wright, ex president of the hoard of trade, who hag been ill foi some time, died last evening family lure tun! Mlsb HI ulh v. is wealthy the 1 ut le tr I is created great exi iteini ut Ihe over both bodlew is ben K I eld toda} Ihe Story of the shootlne Price and Miss li jth had bleu very in tiniate and it is quite evijtut th it she loved h m not but too well Iu spite ol her uitrcBttes Price refused to make hrf bis wife (in 1 g jaded t fur} and despair lie vvomui leteiiuineil Uj have revenj-c 1 Ue sitirUj fti moon Price and Ins br 11 ei were vvdlkint, djvvti I stie t when Miss IS oth i, i eared t, I'tue was afraid of is she IM 1 tl re in i 1 to kill him but u t vv sli n_, to 1 1 i> an} eovv ardice before a worn iu he vv like 1 straight ahead Kile Shot lilin in the I u Ii Miss 1! uth crossed thi stre tail walk ing up behind I i ice who pretended uot to have seen her pi ice 1 tl e of a large rev oh erst his Ilk an 1 fired the bullet its vvm entirel} Hir Ins I od} llu v irxei mil si re 1 1 ut recovering nn into re vvblli his brf ther n ur with the mfun vv m in VM j vvas i jout to fare A DMIIR Man B engeance Dimel 1 n who remamid iu the stole but a n on t: f line i uninnt, out dlld as the }imin la h VVTS held b} hi" brother fir" 1 p Hit 1 lank it her the bullet entering 1 er breast and _ into ttie lung Price then fell to the si e v ilk uid died within half an hour Ur_i crow 1 bad gatb re 1 aid is Prices bolj was borne to tlie muffcut Misi Booth was re moved to the hospital and Deserted Miss Booth was inclined to be somewhat romantic bile--Price was handsome and well educated best les being possessed ol all the mcuev be desired Hoth m in the best seeiet} and as Pnee p nd i good deal of attention to hei it was understood they were soon to in irr} 1 hen young Price suddeul} went! Kansas settling at Sallnafaud the cau-e his departure soon apptiri'lstjn ss th s As soon AS the vouug la 1} c ul 1 travel she went to Sallna but Price btlll refused to marry her Ihen slie sued him in the courts but got uotl ing Pree to escape her returned to Qiiiuey and she followed him Miss Booth has been De-arly crazed by her misfortunes in 1 her fneu Is insist she has not been in'her mind for some months past Befire djinu Price said he was innocent Quit e) soc i j 13 greatly stirred up about the tra0edj It is said that Price was, the oiily VOUUE man from whom Miss Booth had receivid my atten tion The majontj of people Uere are satisfied of the dead man's guilt Miss Biotb was worth, not less than in her ovrn name was well educated and accomplished THEY JUMPED FOR LIFE THE NEGRO AND HIS VOTE rue I resfnt In South ur Ihiu Him to HU U Cll V! 1 I I s C Oet I I sltlia tion ii ill l aioltna fi i i i 1 ti al stan t i- lecidedl} pi r 1 v i rv bo Iv s l 11 t. politics an 1 I j li ana wuuflit up lo a high piti'i 'f iti ment Ihi fivv livs now remain i i, I i f n the 11 Hi Novemh i 1 N fair to bi davs well lillid vMthbilt i -.an I even bio dshed II i leaders ol lie upp ,1111, factl I s are I ir 1 at work an 1 i ill r si le will I ivi a s stone unt in e 1 t in Bute v leti r> Then in many t tl at s leh a state f tl has come, b i i th iher h u 1 tliire nn >tliers wl vv 1 u the 1 ii ik m, lip of part} hues i U e fait ll at the negro vou v IK. use 1 in I mai v fi Imit that the i i LT v ill be tin deci lint, f utor 111 the flfcl t tweeii the vvhitis mauj bew His ree jh iitiuuoftl negroes t r and de elare that tlie result will le tl u in the V I Mr 1 III ULe 1 I i Mr s I 1 N w tin I ll 11 1 I- I Hi M t til I V I is I t r II stt tilt It HIS 11) f i ke iv fr misted linn s[ l i vv hilt l in e eon v le t 1 t i M 1 t il i 1 will die next f mr the blacks II I ive eon trol of tie state Ihe oil i le retort that it is the part of ttlsd i rec )Bniie the faet that the niKfovoti cannot be sup pressed much 1 n id t take of it now and control of I Ihev si} that recount! u of the nenro v le 1 ut a question of time and that t of short time and that if thev 1 d not use It now their opponents would use it two years heuee to keep in ollice THEYLL GO HOME AMD VOTE Thousands of Department tit at aiJi- Iiiglou Will Be Heard J-ruin ASIUM T N Oct r has been great politiual activity amoui; Icj irtment clerks here fir the past twel e uioatha, and thi probability is that f ur or five thousand of them will go 1 u to vote at the coming November electi bcore or more of Republican state s oeiations have been organised, and the r members will probabl} go home en m is e to v ote Never was greater activiti ml energy put forth m getting ever} q ihfled Re- publican voter borne for ti November elections and the exodus 11 n is to be something ususual Ihou i s of votes will be p >Hcd m distant bt a that have not been before in. 5 ear So great does this exodus promise t IK that the railroads h iv e reduced the rites for one round trip to a half fare i all points east of New lork and west f Chicago these rates being allowed i v to holding certificates of member hip m some state Hb-sjiiatiou Marylau 1 I ng close to the niUonal capital will bably at- tract the largest number of v i tors of her native sons and daughters jn election dav tive hundred members of the Mary land state is-.ociation promi e lj home and i rti- and probably man more Mar) land KeiublicaiH not mi il II go home Hie New 1 ork 'ital itiou prounses tj -end bOO Petit v u ui tXX) Ohio Ml 'Siri.iiiid JOO, and other states proportiou Ui l> is %vell orth The Iluri.lus Oot tifiUO L rii V N Oet .0 1 lie ek t Ii i ai I furnishing store of H eb I it was Ijuinlnrlzed early in tin m ranit, an I oewds taken to the 1111 i t 1 vi I hllclK ii linrupd i i I v I (II1 1. tnh Oet A) M irv i 1 i Lr 1 ve irs atti u pte 1 t j Htat t I til, In 1 1 1 -d t l e, the absenee f of ki r >selie 1 he I) iv i 1 VM n e iv u a momeut and both Uall u r n l U wu t l Fall nlfles Co! A Baggageman s Warning Cry Saves Many People from Death BefhAU) Oct Jump to the other side was the startling cry of the baggageman of tbe Lake Miore limited three miles east of si r ek Sunday morning The passenteis jumped An instant later there was i ter ill craab and one side of two palnce in li s s is almost completely wrecke 1 A fieuht wreck on the eastbound track a mom ntbefoiehad throwii two freight ears partlv across tbe path of the limited It was on a heiuy giaie an 1 there was notime to stop tbe limited The engineer stuck to his post like a hero His escape from death was minculons The only per son injured was a ladv She hi 1 two riba broken Many cattle were killed m the freight wreck which was caused by tne parting of an eabtbe uud traiu on a heavy grade The Police Stopped the Lecture B F Oct JO A great crowd of thebist German citizens were ist night excited and verj indignant the action of the police 111 st ppmg the lecture which was to Iwe been KUin at German Manner chor hall Aitliur Koebner of New For seme ipiscn an (11 law was resuirected and tbe aiithonties -4HU 1 that no entertainment of at i rt for w Inch an admission price was ileminli 1  in homn of Hmhop Loughlm 22 000 children turned out and marched past the Kpiscopul residence, where they were levirwed by the bishop Cardinal Gibbons the isiting bishops and clergy, and many pionumnt There were no bands' of music but the children sang as they jiaj-sed the bishop Ihey were two horns in passing the house _ An Woman with K 1'istol ST Ixwis Mo, Oel Mta !ohn S Miller, wife of aGruil avenue saloon keeper, became suddenly itisntie while en tertaming companj at her homy She so cured i pistol and before any one eliseov tred her condition beecin tiring at bcr bus bind and tbe coniptny She1 llred font shots but firtunitt.lv hit no one She then turned tlio woipim on herself and sent a bullet through her brain A Policeman Struck by I I nine NEW} >HK Oct JO I' 1 i inn Henry Flencken of tin 11 SHIM sqiiiul was struck by lightning sh >itl> In foie noon yesterday w lull si nil i signal to station house from Hie signal b x at Union and Westchester avenues Tit stroke both his He was attended by Dt Duly of One Hundred and I Iftieth atreei a-aid removed home Correct for anil Winter. Dobbins, the Hitter. H eadqnvrlen for Tiumki el His Foi T V, I III lex Get 1 blgdevel i nts u mgwhit is KiTnwn as" thi club ester 1-n It i-s nn or bojs nnt.ii .n from of iu line reeenu 1 ecu air su 1 for eoiiii lieitv m petty tl ts but ju i count of thpir vo ith an 1 the small v llu of then likings tht hive scaped puillsl ment '-ix of then them i clothing lealer u imed Hall who is charged witn recennt, goods thittht boys bad stolen Itt n also learned that the Corn Dodters have linnches in Dallas ul Vustin and Houston Tex and in Dem. r L jlo They have a code of siguals and other means of secret pommuuicatioii hether Hall IS at the head if the organization or not has not et beeu determine! OoTern >r (.ampliell Must Work Fast. COLLMI 0 Oet 2U If the bill recom mended frovernor I impbell to soh the Cincinnati question loes not become a law before V edr s i inht it will be in operative even if it I es piss tbe legls lature Tl law n 1 1 res ten days' notice at Ica-t t" be Iff r every election of the ffic-Ts t) t e il 5 i 1 here will not be teu tli s aftei Thursday before the re u! r Novenil r tlectnn when ac lo'h t'le mPt'ind and results vlifn 71 i p of riEi is t iKcii, it n 1 mf nil ufre'linig to i' c ii-le 11 1 ut mill) jet pionint i (ll tlie Kiln v- Lner and Bowel- el in t'i 'ira efftctmllv, d -i t 1 li ml n bos and n i 1 i i li il t i il onstipatim I is the inly remedy ot us. kind ever pro hiccil, jilpi-ing t t! e taeto and ac ppti'ile to the pi inipt n 'o and trulv hrnefieiil in its CPI t% prepared 01 'v the m i t hetllhy an i il If substunf> it" niinv el'i nt qn il u s c  ttlts rv ill lea ling din gi-ts Any rein'le dinj-_i t who m iv not have it en Inn 1 will pio cure it promptly f r auj one who wishes to trj it. Do not accept auj substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRilP CO. SAH FRANCISCO CIL Corel lilt, t (juvern F i> ir 1 1 j 1 ill 1 in t lature will ave Ie ampbell s plan, tbe nt boaid are to be iiaui that there will t nt today and if a 11 ji has asked 19 iv ulable, the legis ik lively LOUISVILLE, KI Af I N Y r HOUSEHOLD WORDS ALL OVER EUROPE. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." N w that its m inufa Hirers are drnving the attention of tht suite its i mention, I the i i f ill e >t i is it will s n li l I r N s COLO v. elf will t in nice erv one of its great It is bee uise of tins supfnontj that the mulish s s Onte tried aluavsused K- I i ItleovlellB i rinai I (Te uv> c muni y VN II II TFN 8 OOCOA sa SI III M.THLNI' Uoftl e NhKV I Sa ij 4 refresh nKlnin r si tiji beverage. [52 Dmbrella e-cd BTnporiurn FAIL AND WIN I ER i ''Mj N J 'N Q Saturday, Aug. 30. IHJimiN'J, i- STYLES, HATTiiR, 15 Bast Street MEN'S SUITS 1 suit for i better suit from to 20 AND OVERCOATS i tint, suit from to 24 I Dress Listers and FOR DRESS and BUSINESS. J Overcoits from to 25 Cape lTT7.fr' YOUTHS' SUITS, 1 f rices range on these goods CAPE OVERCOATS l from AND STORM COATS.j CHILDREN'S SUITS 1 A. nice suit for AND NOBBY OVERCOATS X Good Ovtrtoat for from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and LOUNGING COATS CUSTOM- I mer grades in proportion rkautifullv made and trimmed e 1m e 1 ltd in i v erv elegint line of these girmeiits from to Dont miss seeing them Stocked full (if all the novelties for Special Notice. i Suits, Overcoats and trousers J perfect, tit Sinclair, Varmost Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. It VV is lie of Force. Oct Bowie in tv Is i e eoi rt i Ijourned Saturdaj nulil f r ll e term Just before the an n in cement vv i-. ma le the jury in the Me Dunile si br iji m a verdict condemn the tr nn i bl i to the penitentiary fui life after hivn 1 n out four da) a ihi veldict a ti u ly wherein the pun npaliinl the ill L, 1 turrupted jurymen would liave 1 in the victims as indigna tion ran vei} I J v r the threatened misearn ifce of j is i e Ibe was a surprise to MclJiiiiel lie received his sen fence coollv licit on for a new trial was denied XX r TlaUc Ht l 111- STF ll IN as if till un B II i Hollj in 's tin 1 iv vi known (o hav c a 1 1 on rndu} ntuhl II Siturda} Ins lined n ill r tl e ii u i f in- puts eif II il es ki l Hour with the 111 money iinsMi It i vvas chlim f rn f I Mxinleredt 0 t -0 now looks who died near i murdired Hewna 1 n his poiketbook II slept alone On in found the back pen and the con abt ut the k i mpt) and the I posed that Hake1- I ti were no mnrkt The ladies will find at Walhs' all the late arrnals m Woolen Yarns, amons; reLonmiend the following famous favorite brands Best nuporU'd German Knitting Yarn, m all colors, best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, best baxon} Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zqihjr and Ztplijr Girmantown only in verj best qualih Likewise we call attention to our grand, sujx rb stock ol Fall and Winter Under- wear, rinldrens' Outfats, Ohil- drcns' Cloaks, Coats and Huts and Cape tor the Fall wear Verj laefst lidiidwnne stjles, war- ranted made of the best materials and superior woikmaiifhip Fall Hosiery, Kid Coiscts, fane Muslin Underwear, elc All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety One Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at we are now selling at cost, JLS, truly cost, only 98c Call and be convinced ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 1'. 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